A moving of the mind or soul; excitement of the feelings, whether pleasing or painful; disturbance or agitation of mind caused by a specific exciting cause and manifested by some sensible effect on the body.
a motivated state marked by physiological arousal, expressive behavior, and mental experience. (410)
Feelings that involve subjective evaluation, physiological processes, and cognitive beliefs. go to glossary index
An affective mental state of the animal organism, following the cognition of an object or situation, characterized by strong feeling, by an impulse to action, and by physiological changes in bodily function.
a feeling inside you.
a complex feeling state with mental, physical and motor responses.
A mental and physical sensation related to interaction. If the interaction is harmful, then the emotion will be painful. If the interaction is beneficial, then the feelings will be positive. Emotion may be produced by either Teacher or Mercy thought depending upon the type of interaction. If there is an interplay between ideas, theories, words, curves, outlines, or sequences, then Teacher feelings will be generated. If the interaction involves people, experiences, events, meanings, or objects, then Mercy feelings will be produced.
Feelings such as happiness, sadness, anger, elation, irritation, etc. The specific definition of emotion is dificult to qualify as it is a completely subjective experience.
Physiological state in which parties, or individuals representing them, are jolted out of assumptions which present them with dilemmas, and are motivated to search for alternatives. Emotion inspires and makes credible dilemma-eliminating changes in parties' positions, stated intentions and common reference frame. Changes are given further credibility by rationalization inspired by emotion and conducted via internal and external rational debate. Various functions are performed by positive and negative emotions toward self and others.
any strong feeling
a body sensation with a label attached to it
a feeling, alright, but it's more than a feeling
a feeling that is strong enough to generate a behavior pattern
a mental state or process
a mental states that arise spontaneously, rather than through conscious effort
a mental state that arises spontaneously rather than through conscious effort and is often accompanied by physiological changes
an unconscious idea powered by either a pleasant or an unpleasant feeling
a physical reaction which is basically a memory--of a past event which brought about physiological changes (i
a reaction or response to the feeling, as the mind expresses that sensation
a sensation (feeling) linked to a thought
a sensation in the body associated with a thought in the mind
a state of being where a person is in a state of "happiness", or "anger", etc
a subjective reaction triggered by an event or the memory of an event, characterised by physical sensations and fed by mental representations
a sudden and often violent attempt to restore physiological integrity
a thought and a physical sensation that we label (sad, angry, happy, ect
a type of feeling (fear or joy, for example), directed toward a particular external object, with certain sorts of bodily expression
a unitary whole which is distinguished from a composite feeling only through the two characteristics that it has a definite temporal course and that it exercises a more intense present and subsequent effect on the interconnection of psychical processes
refers to feeling, or affective, aspects of human behavior and includes such human feeling as fear, rage, love, and desire. Controlled by limbic region of brain.
feelings that associate with a situation.
Icons used in email/texting to express emotion, such as a sad or smiley face.
Mainly, the expression of how we measure the reality we perceive as opposed to or in accordance with how it should be. Emotion can be looked upon roughly as a structure created by 1) beliefs, value judgments, condensed thought â€” the mental aspect, 2) the fused traumatic contents â€” the somatic aspect, and 3) the spiritual aspect, the ability to respond.
incidents of coordinated changes in several areas, including what has been called the â€˜reaction triadâ€™ of physiological arousal, motor expression, and subjective feeling, in response to either an internal or an external event of significant importance to an individual
Positive or negative mental state that combines physiological input with cognitive appraisal.
Emotion, in its most general definition, is an intense mental state that arises autonomically in the nervous system rather than through conscious effort, and evokes either a positive or negative psychological response. An emotion is often differentiated from a feeling.